2015

Justin Hare is doing very well at Washington University in  St. Louis.


Alexandra Uribe writes, “It is hard to believe that almost a year has gone by since embarking on the college experience. The year has been full of challenging and amazing opportunities, each day promising to be more exciting than the last. Some of the highlights include writing for the Duke Chronicle, learning Latin dances, and working with Mi Gente, Duke’s Student Latin American and Hispanic Organization. In addition, I participated with the Duke Taekwondo Team in the last Eastern Collegiate Taekwondo Conference tournament of the year at Princeton University. We placed first in our division and returned with three gold medals, three bronze medals and a silver medal. In April, I competed with the Duke Taekwondo Team at Nationals in Colorado. When not practicing for Nationals or attending classes, I continue participating as a member of Duke Environmental Alliance and working as the newly elected Academic Chair of Mi Gente, a position designed to enrich the academic and career experiences of minority students during and after their time at Duke.